Use Keyboard Shortcuts on Word 2010 Saving and Creating Documents
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Method 1: Introduction
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this series of videos, I'm going to show you a number of hotkey commands related to Microsoft Word 2010. Hotkeys are very useful things to know. They are very easy and accessible. They allow you to save a lot of time, maybe even a bit of money and probably a few grey hairs. So have a look at the videos in this series, and if you have any comments or questions, then let us know!
- 1 Video: Use Keyboard Shortcuts on Word 2010 Intro
- 2 Steps
- 3 Video: Use Keyboard Shortcuts on Word 2010 Copy Paste Bold Italics and Common Tasks
- 4 Steps
- 5 Video: Use Keyboard Shortcuts on Word 2010 Saving and Creating Documents
- 6 Questions and Answers
- 7 Comments
Video: Use Keyboard Shortcuts on Word 2010 Intro
Method 2: Copy Paste Bold Italics and Common Tasks
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. Today I'm going to show you some hotkey commands related to some of the most common tasks found in Microsoft Word 2010.
- 4This can be done in two ways. You can highlight the text by double-clicking on it and then pressing Ctrl + U simultaneously. This will underline the text. To deactivate and remove the underline press Ctrl + U once more. If you want to underline while you write, again, press Ctrl + U, continue writing and then when you have finished the underlined section, press Ctrl + U again to deactivate.The next hotkey is to activate the underline setting.
- 7To do this, we highlight an area of text by clicking and moving the cursor around the area you wish to highlight. I can edit the whole passage, or only one word as I need. I'm going to highlight this one line. To copy the text press Ctrl + C. Now if I move my cursor to the next line, I can paste using Ctrl + V. As you can see, I've replicated the line above by copying and pasting.The next function is to copy selected text or object.
- 12If you have any suggestions, questions or comments please leave them in the comment box below. Thank you for watching VisiHow. GoodbyeThis is a list of some of the most common hotkey commands you will find in Microsoft Word 2010.
Video: Use Keyboard Shortcuts on Word 2010 Copy Paste Bold Italics and Common Tasks
Method 3: Saving and Creating Documents
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video, I'm going to show you some hotkey commands related to creating, viewing and saving documents in Microsoft Word 2010.
- 1As you can see, a new document has emerged.To create a new document, you're going to press Ctrl + N.
Video: Use Keyboard Shortcuts on Word 2010 Saving and Creating Documents
Method 4: Find and Replace
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. In this video I'm going to show you a few hotkey commands related to finding, replacing and browsing through text.
- 1To do this we are going to press CTRL and F. CTRL F will open up the navigational panel. If you have a large piece of text and essay or a large body of work, this is a very helpful tool enabling you to find segments, words or areas very quickly. It allows you to highlight them all.First command is to open the navigational task panel.
- 2There are 26 matches in this piece of work. Here, we see all the sections where "road" is referenced: "the magic of the bicycle", "the freedom", "the side roads", "the direct connection and intersection with". If I scroll down I can see all the areas and segments where "road" is referenced.For example I have type in "road" here.
- 12CTRL and H will ask me what word I would like (to search for) and what I would like to replace it with. This is very useful with names if you have misspelled someone's name - or location.If you need to replace something - any text, or if you need to replace specific formatting or special items, you are going to press CTRL H.
- 14It's asking me again if I would like to restart from the beginning to continue the search. Always click "Yes" to make sure that you have not only replace the words from one point of the article to the end but you have gone full circle and also replaced the words at the beginning of the passage.Let's replace all.
- 16Here we can see it has reopened this find and replace box, the box we have looked up earlier, which is here - "Replace", "Find" and "Go To" section. You can click on the tabs at the top.Next, if we want to search a document, or an article, or any large body of work, search it very quickly for pages, bookmarks, footnotes, tables, comments, graphics or anything else we need to find, we can press CTRL and G.
- 17Example: 4 will move forward four items." If we wanted to go ten pages further, then we would put (Shift and sign), 10 and click "Go To" and you can see we are going straight ten pages further on. Close this section.We wanted to search for page number as it says here, "Enter and - to move relative to the current location.
- 18Here, we are moving within the last four places edited allowing you very quick movement between sections rather than you having to identify, search and remember exactly where in the article you have previously been.If we wanted to switch between the last four places edited - if you want to move between the last four areas that you've edited, we can press ALT, CTRL and Z.
- 19If you are writing essays or you have work that involves Microsoft Word, this will be very beneficial for you. You've been watching VisiHow and goodbye!I recommend learning these hotkeys and utilizing them as much as possible.
Video: Word 2010 Keyboard Shortcut Find and Replace
Questions and Answers
Word help ? paste common sentences?
I use a number of sentences and brief explanations on a regular basis, is there a way I can save these 'sentences' and locate them quickly in order to paste them back into a word doc. or email ? I hope that makes sense ? Simon
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